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Trailer: Admission

12:00 PM on 11.19.2012

Nick Valdez

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I want to go to there.

How did it take this long for Tina Fey and Paul Rudd to be in the same movie? It's seriously been way to long. Paul Weitz (About a Boy) directs Admission, which is the story of an Admissions Officer in Princeton, Portia (Tina Fey), who visits a high school where she believes she finds her son that she gave up for adoption several years before. Also Paul Rudd is there. It really doesn't matter why he's there, he's Paul Rudd. 

While Admission looks to be more of a quiet slice of life type drama, with Fey and Rudd involved, I'm sure there'll be enough humor present. It won't be the same zany stuff they always do, but it'll probably be great anyway. I guess we'll see when Admission releases March 8th next year. 

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